Visual Processing

For many students, reading may be slow and deliberate and comprehension may be impaired with a learning disability, particularly when dealing with large quantities of material. If you have experienced this, comprehension and speed are expedited dramatically with the addition of auditory input. Helpful hints:

  1. Purchase required books prior to the first day of class and begin reading early or have the texts put on tape.
  2. Create a chapter outlines and or personal study guides that examine key points in the readings.
  3. Read aloud material that is written on the chalkboard or that is given in handouts or transparencies.



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